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Lesson 10— Teacher Training Introduction to "Ionization Energy"




Professor Campbell demonstrates the usefulness of the electron energy level chart and points out that ionization energy data provide some of the important evidence upon which the chart is based. In a novel way he shows the familiar flame test for sodium and uses the energy level chart to identify the energy change responsible for the yellow color.


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